brunomartini
Bruno Martini
brunomartini
Jun 15 2016
13
Second race of the season!

This time I’m off to Mugello. The hillclimb is barely a mile from the paddock and we’re going to be based there. We

Jan 7 2016
45

I’ve never wanted a 7.0L v-twin so much in my life.

Jan 14 2015
38

Giovanni Bertone and his Bertone design house; Miura, GT4, GTV6, Fiat 1100, Alfa Bat-5, Abarth Biposto... and the list goes on and on

Nov 12 2014
3

And a Fiero is a better car than a supercharged MR2.

Nov 6 2014
6

Another Ford mill:

Nov 6 2014
2

If someone put a SHO V6 into a Miata, would Jalopnik continue to exist? Or would its time on earth be complete?

Oct 21 2014
1

so cheap that it can't lose.

Aug 19 2014
23

Thanks but no thanks. I will take mine with a fire breathing 427 and to hell with the babies and the trees and the planet.

Aug 10 2014
2

See Ronald Reagun circa the 1980s. Project strength, show resolve to hold our ground and not back down to Putin's intimidation tactics. Read more

Jul 11 2014
6

Cobalt SS. Not many people realize what a performer it is because they just don't like it.

Jul 11 2014
5

I am a closet second gen Probe fan. Always thought they were cool looking cars.

Jul 11 2014
16

Second Gen Ford Probe GT. Cheap, quick, reliable, very good looking

Jul 11 2014
11

A Legend's headgaskets beg to differ.

Jun 23 2014
84

I actually wrote an academic thesis on this, and your statement is well-supported by the literature. Increasing the severity of penalties does almost nothing to deter crime, but drive up the probability of getting caught (regardless of the severity of penalty), and crime rates drop significantly.

Jun 23 2014
155

If all criminals felt the general public would go to this length to catch them, there would be less criminals. thats just science.